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A 59-year-old woman with a 5-year history of intermittent bilateral uveitis and scleritis presented with painful left uveitis and an episcleral nodule shown to be a uveal-episcleral lesion on ultrasound biomicroscopy. Biopsy of a nasal sinus mass 3 years earlier showed a histiocytic infiltrate...
An adult patient in their 70s presented with unilateral painless proptosis and blurred vision of the right eye that resolved with corticosteroid treatment. Magnetic resonance imaging revealed a retrobulbar hemorrhage. Six months later, the hemorrhage and proptosis recurred, with incomplete...
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